Born in Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on April 2, 1990, Miralem Pjanic’s family emigrated to Luxembourg, fleeing the war in their country.
Thus, the midfielder began to develop his football in different Luxembourgish teams until he was captured by the French Metz, who incorporated him into their lower categories. He made his debut in Ligue 1 in the 2007/08 season, and, in the following season, he signed for Olympique de Lyon.
After four great seasons in Lyon, AS Roma bet heavily on the Bosnian midfielder, who wore the Giallorossi shirt for five seasons. Later, from Roma, he headed to Turin to join Juventus, where he won the Scudetto every season he played at the Allianz Stadium. He was also runner-up in Europe with the Vecchia Signora.
In the summer of 2020, FC Barcelona agreed with the Italian team and made its incorporation official. The Bosnian played 30 games in his first season as a Barça player and was proclaimed champion of the Copa del Rey. However, the following year he left on loan to the Turkish Besiktas.
Miralem Pjanic is one of the great midfielders in his country. With the ability to play in any position in the middle, he stands out for his ability to break lines of pressure with his passes and find teammates in positions of advantage. His shot makes him a very dangerous player for the rival at the edge of the area.